For each Creative Cloud subscription, you can choose what versions you want to load and use. Currently, CS6, CC, CC2014 and CC2015 are available. You are not forced to upgrade; you can use any or all of these.
Thank you for your prompt response, I did just call Adobe business sales 800 number and the rep told me that I could not do what you have stated above and that another option would be to purchase CS6 at $1299 per seat....not going to work.
Can you confirm that what you posted is valid and you have the option to choose what version you want to install, personal experience, a link to confirm?
I am not putting all my faith in the sales reps answer as I have seen and experienced many times with Adobe different answers from different people, I just want to be sure my client get's what they require and that we can indeed get the CC subscriptions and use ID 2014...
I will not go the route of having this small newspaper company purchase CS6 at $1299 a seat. I could have them try and wait it out until the developer of the other application they use is ready for ID 2015 but I prefer not to have to rely on a 30-day trail of ID 2014 and hope the developer is on time with their estimate of a month before they are ready for ID 2015.
Whoever you spoke to should be fired immediately. Totally false information.
It's certainly true.
I currently have CS6, CC2014 and CC2015 installed. I am using CC2014 to work on projects that were already in process, and CC2015 on the new stuff.
Thank you for the clarification, I am not surprised that the information the Sales rep gave me was not accurate.
I will proceed with our plan to update our clients and move them to CC Subscriptions.
Thank you so much SRiegel for your responses, glad the community could add some clarity!